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  1. Tomographic imaging of East African equatorial ionosphere and study of equatorial plasma bubbles
    Giday, Nigussie Mezgebe, 2018, Rhodes University
    In spite of the fact that the African ionospheric equatorial region has the largest ground footprint along the geomagnetic equator, it has not been well studied due to the absence of adequate ground-based instruments. This thesis presents research on both tomographic imaging of the African equatoria ...
  2. Long-term analysis of ionospheric response during geomagnetic storms in mid, low and equatorial latitudes
    Matamba, Tshimangadzo Merline, 2018, Rhodes University
    Understanding changes in the ionosphere is important for High Frequency (HF) communications and navigation systems. Ionospheric storms are the disturbances in the Earth’s upper atmosphere due to solar activities such as Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs), Corotating interaction Regions (CIRs) and solar f ...
  3. Photosensitizer, pH sensing and optical limiting properties of BODIPY dyes
    May, Aviwe Khanya, 2018, Rhodes University
    A series of BODIPY dyes have been successfully synthesised and structurally characterised to examine the effect of halogenation at the 2,6-positions and the introduction of styryl and vinylene groups at the 3,5-positions. The photophysical properties were studied, to assess the effect of the enhance ...
  4. Scale-specific processes underlying the genetic population structure of seabirds in the tropical western Indian Ocean
    Danckwerts, Daniel Keith, 2018, Rhodes University
    Global seabird populations have declined by 70%, since 1950, largely in response to human mediated threats. Identifying the pressures that the remaining populations face has therefore become a top priority. Many breeding colonies are now monitored annually, though others have been almost completely ...
  5. Thermal physiology and behavioural ecology of the white shark, carcharodon carcharias
    Gennari, Enrico, 2015, Rhodes University
    Expected release date-May 2019 ...
  6. Foundation phase male student-teacher’s experiences during teaching practice: implications for initial teacher training
    Makeleni, Sive, 2016, University of Fort Hare
    The aim of this study was to explore experiences of Foundation Phase male student teachers during teaching practice. Four Bachelor of Education Foundation Phase male student-teachers were selected for the purpose of this study. Venturing of males in Foundation Phase specialisation is phenomenon. Fou ...
  7. Job satisfaction, organisational justice in determining employee turnover among administrative staff at a university in South Africa
    Landu, Mzimkulu Christopher, 2017, University of Fort Hare
    The aim of this study explore the role of job satisfaction , organizational justice in determining employee turnover among administrative staff at Walter Sisulu University at Ibika campus in Butterworth , in the Eastern Cape Province. A sample of 70 administrative staff was drawn for the population ...
  8. Exploring the role of education, income and standard of living in determining food security amongst Mhlontlo Local Municipality citizens in the Eastern Cape
    Halam, Khanyiswa, 2017, University of Fort Hare
    The aim of this study was to explore the relationship that exists between education, income, standard of living and food security amongst Mhlontlo local municipality citizens. For this purpose, data was collected from citizens of the Mhlontlo municipality in the Eastern Cape. A sample of 101municipa ...
  9. The relationship between leadership style and employee engagement in Sasol Gas, South Africa
    Duma, Thobile, 2010, Rhodes University
    The main purpose of this study was to determine whether there is a significant relationship between leadership styles of Sasol Gas leaders and their followers’ level of employee engagement. The instruments used in the study were the Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ) (Form 5X) and the Utrech ...